Heath Corso gets sales and marketing post at HHC
February 3, 2014,
TUPELO, Miss. — HHC, a supplier of mechanisms and electric motors for the motion furniture, has named Heath Corso to the newly created post of vice president of marketing and sales.
Corse, who has more than 20 years of sales, merchandising and management experience in the furniture industry, will report to Catherine Lee, CEO of HHC.
"We are excited to have Heath lead our team at HHC in the U.S.," said Lee. "His experience in the furniture industry and as a leader will help us increase awareness of HHC and our line of YourWay mechanisms and to better service our new and established customers."
Corso most recently was vice president of sales and marketing for Premier Leather, a U.K.-based leather upholstery importer. He earlier worked for leather upholstery resource DeCoro and upholstery producer Rowe Furniture.
HHC has three factories in Changzhou, China, as well as assembly and distribution centers in Tennessee, Mississippi and Utah. The company supplies mechanisms, motors and related electronic products for the furniture, fitness and home healthcare industries.
The company has a showroom at this week's Tupelo Furniture Market in building 5, space 5030.
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